Community tranformation from an economic costing perspective

The link between area of residence and places of employment in a disadvantaged community
December 16, 2011
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In this study, we investigated the correlation between area of residence and
employment opportunities in a disadvantaged community: Lord Selkirk Park in

We concluded that state-led demand side strategies aimed at employment
generation may contribute to a higher level of economically active
residents, as well as citizen participation in the local community. There is
substantial potential for increased economic value of targeting employment
opportunities to willing job-seeking residents in this community.